Antiguan and Barbudan teens have a great opportunity to get creative this summer and a chance to win prizes.
Teens in Antigua and Barbuda, this one’s for you! As part of the Cushion Club Wadadli Pen Summer Reading Challenge, Antiguan and Barbudan teens, 12 to 18, are being invited to read Musical Youth, a Best of Books’ teen summer pick, post a musical or otherwise creative review to the social media platform of your choice, and send the link to firstname.lastname@example.org
Here’s what you do:
- Read Musical Youth (available at local bookstores)
- Review the book in your most creative way – write an essay, a poem, a song, create a video, however you love to express yourself best.
- Post your review on your favorite social media site, using the hashtags #musicalyouth #caribbeanreads
- Email your name, age, contact information, and a link to the review to email@example.com
- Possibly Win a prize!
- Submissions must be received by August 31, 2015.
- Open to residents of Antigua and Barbuda aged 12-18 only.
- Winners will be announced in September 2015 and the top three chosen entries will receive prizes courtesy of CaribbeanReads Publishing and Joanne C. Hillhouse.
- There is no limit to the number of entries that one teen can submit.
- Original entries only. By entering you are indicating that the submission is your own original work.
- Each participant submitting an entry agrees to use of his/her name and/or entry by CaribbeanReads for promotional purposes in any medium without additional compensation.
This is a challenge within a challenge.
You don’t know about the original Cushion Club Wadadli Pen Summer Reading challenge?
Here it is in 50 words or less: Read as many books as you want, write a really-really-really short review of each book read, email your list of books completed and reviews to firstname.lastname@example.org at the end of August. Maybe win a prize. There are discounts and minimum requirements; search “reading challenge” at the Wadadli Pen website (http://wadadlipen.wordpress.com) for details.
The Map Shop and the Best of Books helped compile the reading lists, so you know the books can be sourced in Antigua and Barbuda. The Best of Books and Cindy’s Bookstore are offering 20 percent discounts to anyone “taking the challenge”. Now, Caribbean Reads Publishing and Joanne C. Hillhouse – publisher and author, respectively – have made the challenge just a little more “Musical”. As Musical Youth, second placed for the Burt Award for Caribbean Literature in 2014, is targeted at teens; they want to know what teens think of this book. This additional prize – sponsored by the publisher and author of Musical Youth – will go to the most creative review.